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Tax dodging house owners should fear new tax scheme

Multiple house owners that have dodged income tax or CGT should beware HMRC's new deal with mortgage brokers

31 Aug 2011

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Banks face bill for helping Swiss tax dodgers

Banks that help clients avoid UK withholding tax will face the liability themsleves, according to senior HMRC source

30 Aug 2011

Taxman misses out on £27.4bn, claims report

Taxpayers Alliance-IoD report flags up HMRC's missed billions

25 Aug 2011

HMRC acronyms unscrambled

Do you know your ADR from your MCR? Heather Self sheds some light on HMRC's acronyms and what they mean for companies facing tax disputes

17 Aug 2011

Taxman's skeleton arguments made public in landmark ruling

James Kessler QC's wins request for HMRC skeleton arguments against Gaines-Cooper to be made publically available

05 Aug 2011

The tax system needs trust, says CIoT

President Anthony Thomas calls on the UK tax system to work more effectively, following Treasury Select Committee concerns

01 Aug 2011

HMRC rapped over efficiency drive claims

NAO challenges HMRC's figures for PaceSetter

15 Jul 2011

HMRC must embrace tax advisors

HMRC must appreciate the need for experienced advisors to bridge the gap between confused taxpayers and a struggling Revenue, says Andrew Meeson

13 Jul 2011

Fast food retailers cook books, says HMRC

Taxman to put the heat on London-based fast food retailers

13 Jul 2011

New tax tactics, or 'same old' for HMRC?

Despite a welter of new projects, PKF's John Cassidy tells advisors that HMRC hasn't really changed

10 Jun 2011

Tax advisor registration: power struggle?

Accountancy Age runs the rule over HMRC tax registration consultation to look at who will wield the authority

03 Jun 2011

Tax enrolment could breach human rights

Tiered approach to advisors must be handled carefully, warn institute chiefs

03 Jun 2011

Colin: HMRC's identity crisis

02 Jun 2011

New system will improve tax quality, says HMRC chairman

Allowing advisors to input client data direct to HMRC will improve parties' relationships, says Mike Clasper

02 Jun 2011

HMRC chairman denies tax adviser "regulation"

Clasper: Taxman doesn't intend regulating advisors through proposed registration system

01 Jun 2011

HMRC: The Good, The Bad, and The Future

Graham Black, president of HMRC senior staff union ARC, runs through the good and bad at the tax department

01 Jun 2011

A little trust goes a long way

Government proposals should be welcomed but risk a two tier system

31 May 2011

Government proposes tax agent registration

HM Revenue & Customs has launched a consultation on enrolling tax agents

31 May 2011

The evolution of HMRC....next step - security?

Steve Clancy suggests the taxman could secure assets against businesses that put off paying their tax

27 May 2011

Appeal court to decide on HMRC discovery powers

The Court of Appeal has agreed to hear a case that could have implications on when the Revenue can submit discovery assessments

13 May 2011

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Baker Tilly's impending name change opens up a range of possiblities, writes Calum Fuller

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The Practitioner is gobsmacked at the opportunities for tax savings that R&D credits will bring for clients

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Auto-enrolment: Know the workforce - assessing workers

Who 'works' for a business? A simple question, but one that requires careful consideration as far as meeting auto-enrolment requirements are concerned, writes Stephen Rowntree

Taking Stock: Haslers' marathon man avoids comfort break

Better out than in for long-distance runner

Taking Stock: Rickard very Keen on its psuedonym

Rickard Keen's move to limited status sees some unusual detail at Companies House...

Colin: EY-ers cheer on partner profits

Colin wonders how EY partners reacted to their profit figures

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